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Old 26-06-2006, 20:55   #1 (permalink)
 

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Leather Cleaning.

Cleaning leather is a dangerous game. Cleaning can change the color or appearance of the leather. Always test the cleaning on a small invisible patch of leather before proceeding on the whole item. I have only cleaned the interior of my BRM once and for that I used a product called Lexol. You can view their website here: http://www.lexol.com.

To this day I havent needed to clean it because this product really is that good! It doesnt last weeks but months!
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Cleaning leather is a dangerous game. Cleaning can change the color or appearance of the leather. Always test the cleaning on a small invisible patch of leather before proceeding on the whole item. I have only cleaned the interior of my BRM once and for that I used a product called Lexol. You can view their website here: http://www.lexol.com.

To this day I havent needed to clean it because this product really is that good! It doesnt last weeks but months!
Just been trawling through old unanswered threads such as this one and
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA.Cleaning leather car seats is not dangerous.
You don`t actually have to clean them unless you spill beer,bits of kebab
or bodily fluids on them.What you are actually doing is nourishing or conditioning the leather to stop it from drying up and cracking through everday use.
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AutoGlym is the best for leather upholstery maintenance i've found!
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AutoGlym is the best for leather upholstery maintenance i've found!
+1 theyre leather care cream is the s**t.
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+1 theyre leather care cream is the s**t.
Damn straight, the cleaner spray with with the leather conditioning cream is top drawer
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